A review of Forks Over Knives, a feature interview with Bonnie Dawson of Action for the Protection of Northern Animals on the Northwest Territories Dog Act and the abuse of animals in the north, plus a surprise Green Beings CD giveaway!
In this episode, we give our top 6 recommendations for giving gifts to animal benefitting charities this holiday season. And a feature interview with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau of Compassionate Cooks on holiday cooking and her new book “Color Me Vegan”.
We interview Michele Alley-Grubb of Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary about their GoVeganNow bus ad campaign that is currently running on public transit busses across Vancouver. And a feature interview with Kate Fowler of the UK organization Animal Aid, on their campaign to have CCTV mandatory in all UK slaughterhouses.
We speak to Stop UBC Animal Research’s Brian Vincent and Annette Parkes on an update on their campaign, plus a feature interview with Kansas teen activist who rescued her pet chicken/class project Chicklett from slaughter and death!
We speak with Tereza Tomek about this weekend’s annual Taste of Health vegetarian food festival in Vancouver, as well as the Earthsave Canada Gala, featuring keynote speaker John Robbins. Plus, a feature interview with John Robbins himself, best-selling author and founder of EarthSave.
Carissa talks about the City of Richmond’s new resolution to ban the sale of dogs at all pet stores in the city. Then we present Celebrating a Compassionate Thanksgiving, and a feature interview with Tricia Barry of Farm Sanctuary on the lives of Thanksgiving turkeys, and their Adopt-a-Turkey Project.
We interview Gene Baur, co-founder of Farm Sanctuary (and a chance to win a copy of his book!), plus Travel Tips & Recommendations for Compassionate Eating: Los Angeles.
We interview Dr. Donald Forrester of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine about the health benefits of a vegan diet and their 21-Day Vegan Kickstart Program; plus Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating – Part 3: Portland; plus a segment on the upcoming Walk for Farm Animals.